Google Cloud Fundamentals
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r/googlecloud • comment
1 points • DisposableUserNum176

This right here is exactly what you're looking for:

Gives a brief overview of practically everything GCP has to offer. The exercises all fire up a temporary google account that lets you actually go through the process of provisioning, configuring, and working with everything. I can't imagine a better way to familiarize yourself with everything.

r/devops • comment
1 points • tpzck
r/ITCareerQuestions • comment
2 points • b34rman

For AWS, is a fairly good training resource. For Google Cloud, I've found to be great.

r/googlecloud • comment
2 points • lassehjorth

Cool - so its a webservice :-)

I havent developed for App Engine myself (only a sample php application - to say that i did it).

As long as you use relative paths you should be good - but pretty sure you can test more or less everything locally using the sdk.

If chromedriver can be installed using pip - you should be good.

Checkout these resources:

r/learnmachinelearning • comment
-1 points • tafutada

Oh. I see. In that case, I recommend GCP or AWS specific courses. In real world, eventually you need to make use of cloud systems rather than building one from scratch.